New and Used Pontiac Bonneville: Prices, Photos, Reviews, Specs – The Car Connection

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Pontiac Bonneville

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The Pontiac Bonneville was a full-size of cars built by the General division through 2005. it began as a limited-edition, high-performance model in 1957, it soon into a full lineup of and four-door sedans, convertibles, and

The final generation of the Bonneville, a sedan, ran from 2000 2005. It had been completely and shared its front-wheel-drive underpinnings the Oldsmobile Aurora and two Buicks: the and Lucerne. Most Bonnevilles of series were sold a 3.8-liter V-6, producing 205 horsepower in standard form or 240 hp supercharged in the SSEi model.

In 2004, a 275-hp 4.6-liter V-8 was in the high-performance GXP model, using a carried over from the which had been discontinued the Oldsmobile brand was shut The more powerful Northstar originally a Cadillac engine, the supercharged V-6 in the lineup. The only offered were four-speed and EPA combined gas-mileage ratings from 18 to 21 mpg.

Pontiac Bonneville

The previous generation of Bonnevilles ran 1992 through 1999, a mid-cycle update for the 1996 year that restyled the headlights, body cladding, and bumper shields. The only in power outputs from 170 to 240 hp, was the V-6, and four-speed automatics again the sole transmission The 1992 Bonneville was the first in which a driver’s airbag was as standard equipment, along anti-lock brakes.

Trim levels included the SE, the mid-level SSE, and the SSEi model with the supercharged V-6 The SE model was the only trim that continued to offer seating, with an optional front seat, though option would disappear the model run in the face of new safety An SLE trim level was added in as an SE with a few more standard

Early generations of Bonnevilles ran 1958 (as a coupe or convertible) 1991, by which time the had been reduced to a single sedan body style. 1982 to 1986, the Bonneville was applied to a mid-size sedan and lineup, but the experiment in downsizing unpopular with customers, and resurrected a full-size sedan the Parisienne label before the 1987 Bonneville to a full-size That 1987 car was the first Bonneville, and the two following generations that layout.

GM dropped the Bonneville after the model, and Pontiac had no full-size car the rear-wheel-drive G8 model launched in It would prove short-lived, as the Pontiac brand was shut during the company’s 2009 and government-backed restructuring–which also off HUMMER, Saab, and Saturn.

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